As with any other province in Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador has a set of rules and regulations when it comes to driving on public roads.


Traffic Rules Test 05

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If a traffic signal changes while a pedestrian is still on the street, which has the right-of-way?

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A red signal light with a green arrow is shown at an intersection indicates:

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A solid line at the left of your lane means:

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Upon approaching a stop sign, what does the law require you to do before entering an intersection?

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When on streets designed for two-way traffic, what does the law require you to do if you hear the siren of an emergency vehicle?

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When a right turn against a red signal light is permitted, what does the law require you to do before entering the intersection and turning?

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When the traffic signal light facing you is red, and you intend to go straight through the intersection, what must you do first?

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Under all conditions, you should drive at a speed that will allow you to:

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If a tire blows out:

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On a roadway where traffic is moving in both directions, in what position must you be before making a left turn?

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When parking facing downhill:

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The most important part of driving a curve or corner is to:

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What you cannot see in your vehicle's rear and side view mirrors is said to be in your

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Which of the following has the right-of-way over all others at an intersection when the light is green?

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A flashing red beacon above an intersection means:

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When entering a freeway, you should

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Never change lanes without:

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The best way to stop quickly on a wet or icy roadway is to:

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During poor weather conditions such as rain, snow, smoke and fog, use your headlights on

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If your vehicle becomes disabled on the highway, you should:

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In what traffic lane should you drive when you intend to make a right-hand turn?

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In what position on the roadway must you be before marking a left turn from a one-way traffic street?

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When may you lend your driver's license?

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Before moving from a parked position:

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Pedestrians have the right-of-way at both marked and unmarked crosswalks.

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A flashing green light at the intersection where turns to the left and right are permitted indicates? (Choose 3)

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The driver of a motor vehicle is not permitted to carry, in a house or boat trailer...?

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On approaching an intersection where a traffic signal light is red, and a policeman motions you to go through, you should:

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A flashing yellow beacon above an intersection:

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Most skids are the result of driver error. Skids may occur when you: (Choose 3)

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These rules ensure safety and order on the highways and streets in the province. Traffic signs play a crucial role in implementing these rules, and drivers must understand them well. In Newfoundland and Labrador, traffic signs follow the standard color-coding system with red representing stop, green for go, and yellow or orange for warning. Additionally, drivers must follow the posted speed limits, which vary depending on the location and road conditions. Other important rules include the mandatory use of seatbelts and the prohibition of using mobile phones while driving. These rules are enforced to keep drivers, passengers, and pedestrians safe and to avoid traffic collisions.

This online road rules practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Newfoundland Class 5 Level I test required before you can get your driver’s license. This free practice written driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your Newfoundland driver’s license at your local licensing office. Please note, however, that this is not the actual test, and you will not receive your license if you pass this practice test. It is all FREE!